This year "The Young and the Restless" received 16 Daytime Emmy award nominations in all. Soaps.com would like to congratulate the cast and crew on a job well done! Check out the nominations...
Outstanding Drama Series:
"Y&R" also received nominations in the categories of Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team, and Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team!
Three actors from "Y&R" received nominations in the following categories:
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series:
Genie Francis got the nod for her portrayal of Genoa City newbie, Genevieve Atkinson, who has had her share of drama dealing with the men in her life, and of course her son. Elizabeth Hendrickson was also nominated in this category for her portrayal of Chloe Mitchell. Her character had a tumultuous year as her young daughter faced leukemia, and her fiance disappeared.
Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series:
Christel Khalil was nominated for her role as Lily Winters Ashby, who checked herself into a mental facility when she began seeing her supposedly dead husband in her house! Of course, it was an emotional rollercoaster when she learned he was really alive after all.
Outstanding Achievement For A Casting Director, Outstanding Achievement In Hairstyling, Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction, Outstanding Achievement in Live and Direct to Tape Sound Mixing, Outstanding Achievement in Makeup, Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Camera Editing, Outstanding Achievement In Music Direction and Composition, Outstanding Original Song (for "Our Time Will Come" and "(I Need To) Find My Way Back Home"), and Outstanding Achievement In Technical Direction/Electronic Camera/Video Control.
Best of luck to all the deserving nominees! Check out our coverage of the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Award Nominations for all shows.
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- Candace Young